load cast

load cast

[lōd ‚kast]
(geology)
An irregularity at the base of an overlying stratum, usually sandstone, that projects into an underlying stratum, usually shale or clay.
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(c) Detailed view and line drawing of the exposed section where the soft mudrock layer displays a flexure, load cast, and flame structure with lenses of clay rich sandy facies while the sandy beds display faults with variable orientations and displacement magnitudes.
These modifications may create sedimentological signatures such as load casts, flames, flexures, and dish-like and fold structures which help in tracing their origin, causes, and geotectonic settings of the sedimentary basin.
Soft-sediment deformation structures like flexures, load casts, and flame structures are seen occurring in slightly clay enriched layers (Figure 6(b)).
The best die set for the .32-40 is the RCBS "Cowboy" set of three dies because you'll want the option to load cast as well as jacketed .32 caliber bullets.
I flared the case mouth properly with a set of RCBS Cowboy dies that are of slightly different dimensions than their regular dies to load cast bullets without deformation of the base.
Shooters who load cast bullets in old-timers such as the .32-20 WCF, .38-40, .44-40, .44 Special and .45 Colt will likely agree when I say that, more than a century later, Unique is still an excellent choice (and burns cleaner than in the old days to boot).
Therefore, for this article I'll give a brief synopsis of how I load cast bullets for smokeless powder, bottleneck rifle cartridges to be fired in one sort or another bolt action.
Since most of the calibers for which I load cast bullets are fired in more than one rifle so chambered (I have 13.30-06s, seven 8x57mms, etc.) all brass is full-length sized.
Injurious effects of heavy school bags appear more on children aged 2-11 years as it is a rapid growth time, said, adding, the load casts ill effects on bones, spine, muscles and joints'.
Load Casts. Classification of these structures was made based on the criteria suggested by Owen [38]; they are the most common structure in the study area.
They are formed by the sinking of load casts into water-saturated fine sediments, synonymous with the "pseudonodules" of Kuenen [18].
The structures always occur with load casts as seen in Figure 3(c).